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9 Replies to “ You Dont Owe Me - Blue Ridge Rangers - You Dont Owe Me (Vinyl) ”

  1. 7" Single on 45cat: The Blue Ridge Rangers - You Don't Owe Me / Back In The Hills - Fantasy - Unknown Country - F
  2. Oct 22,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of You Don't Owe Me on Discogs. Label: Fantasy - F • Format: Vinyl 7 Blue Ridge Rangers - You Don't Owe Me (, Vinyl 4/5(2).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of You Don't Owe Me on Discogs. Label: Fantasy - F • Format: Vinyl 7 Blue Ridge Rangers - You Don't Owe Me (, Vinyl 3/5(1).
  4. Blue Ridge Rangers You Don't Owe Me Single. Jahr: Tracks. 7" Single Fantasy You Don't Owe Me - Blue Ridge Rangers:0 Back In The Hills.
  5. Background “"Back in the Hills" is the B-side of "You Don't Owe Me," the fourth 7" single John Fogerty released as The Blue Ridge Rangers and the first with original arantalitherni.ulelpesocacorasamramokita.infoinfo also marked a shift to a more Creedence Clearwater sounding material. The 45 rpm was recorded at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley.
  6. Prior to performing country & western tunes he released a rock & roll single in late , also as The Blue Ridge Rangers. The two John Fogerty penned songs were "You Don't Owe Me" and "Back In The Hills" (Fantasy F). In early John Fogerty released two rock & roll tunes on a 7"-single.
  7. - Blue Ridge Rangers - You Dont Owe Me (7" single) - Comin' Down the Road (7" single) - John Fogerty - Hoodoo - Centerfield [Remastered ] - Eye Of The Zombie - Blue Moon Swamp [Remastered ] - Premonition (live) - Deja Vu (All Over Again) - The Long Road Home - In Concert - Revival.
  8. Apr 25,  · You Don't Owe Me, Back In the Hills, Comin' Down The Road, and Richochet. I guess that he just packed up the songwriting until he could record for someone other than Fantasy and that's why that Blue Ridge Rangers album. This one sounds pretty good to me if not a massive hit, at least a 'bubbling under' if it had the CCR name.
  9. Background “You Don't Owe Me,” coupled with "Back in the Hills," was the fourth 7" single John Fogerty released as The Blue Ridge Rangers and the first with original arantalitherni.ulelpesocacorasamramokita.infoinfo also marked a shift to a more Creedence Clearwater sounding material. "You Don't Owe Me" begins with the same guitar chord as that which opened "Bad Moon Rising".The 45 rpm was recorded at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley.

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